Study found people with hay fever who had high levels of stress suffered more severe symptoms
Daily health headlines: The CDC reports on the greatest risks for foodborne illness, new clues about why some people get kidney disease, and more top stories.
Owen and Emmett Ezell were born joined at the abdomen and doctors weren't sure they'd survive
Personal Zen trains users to shift their focus from negative to positive; reduce anxiety by following a happy face
Herbal supplements, chiropractic care and yoga top the list of the most popular alternative therapies in the U.S.
Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Holly Phillips discuss the top medical stories of the week
Watch and read: Dr. LaPook's Morning Rounds page has the latest on what you can do to stay healthy
The ReWalk exoskeleton allows paraplegic patients to stand upright and walk, climb stairs and reap other health benefits from getting out of a wheelchair
From diabetes to conjoined twins, a look at the health stories that made headlines this week
Prison officials may now provide Sovaldi, a hepatitis medication with a shockingly high price tag
Surgical procedure called laparoscopic power morcellation may spread cancerous tissue
Possible breakthrough could be used to battle diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Study finds almost three-quarters of patients developed a dislike of certain foods after surgery
Gym-goers are getting a tough core-building workout on surfboards built for the gym
CDC report raises concerns about rare but growing type of bacterial contamination in shellfish
Death toll from outbreak grows as scientists identify unique strain of virus responsible
Loss of energy and motivation could be an early sign of dementia, study suggests
A new report finds rates of stroke, heart attack, limb amputations and end-stage kidney failure have decreased, even as diabetes rate rises
Study finds strain of bacteria that causes serious eye infections can survive in cleaning solution longer than previously believed
Those desk jobs are packing on the pounds, according to a new survey -- here's who is most likely to gain weight